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A Taranaki company Naki Honey has developed New Zealand’s first mānuka honey and cannabidiol blend, hoping to break into the budding international market for cannabidiol edibles. The product is a single-serve, snap pack cannabidiol (CBD) honey cost at $5.50-$6 a serve. Naki NZ global market manager Derek Burchell-Burger said the snap pack would achieve a more palatable price as the relatively high cost of CBD edibles was slowing their growth.
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